9/11, Abdullah Bin Laden, Able Danger, Afghanistan, al-Qaeda, Arms Industry, Benjamin Netanyahu, Bob Graham, Bush Administration, CIA
, Daniel Pipes, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, Drugs Trade, Faisal Shahzad, FBI
, Frank Doyle, George H. W. Bush, George W. Bush, Global War on Terror, Gordon Duff, Greg Palast, India, Iraq, Islam, Islamophobia, Israel
, Jamal Ahmed Mohamed Al-Fadl, Jason Burke, John O'Neill, Joseph Biden, Larry Silverstein, Mahmud Ahmed, Media/Propaganda, Michael Chertoff, Michael Dick
, Mossad, New World Order, Omar Al Bouhami, Omar Bin Laden, Osama bin Laden, Pakistan, Palestine, Patriot Act, Pentagon, PNAC, Porter Goss, Propaganda, Richard Reid, Saudi Arabia, Security Industry, Taliban, United States, War, War/Terrorism, World Trade Center
, Yemen, Zionism
The stolen Top Secret FBI Documents included e-mails, annual field reports and one "very sensitive investigation" conducted by another New York counterintelligence FBI special agent Michael Dick.
The removal of the American-Israeli Zim shipping company from the seventeenth floor of the North Tower, one week before the attacks seemed suspicious to Michael Dick
It is no wonder that Chertoff
took the trouble of removing Michael Dick
Similar to Larry Silverstein, who assisted in the demise of FBI agent John O'Neill, Michael Chertoff expected long-range benefits from the elimination of FBI special agent Michael Dick.
Indeed, Bin Laden's question seems relevant, especially when one considers the coincidence of Larry Silverstein's new insurance policy with the circumstances of John O'Neill's demise, or the particulars of the removal of Michael Dick by Michael Chertoff, the Head of the Justice Department's Criminal Division.